Hybrid work is making the transition from being the buzzword du jour to becoming a viable employment alternative. On the surface, it looks like a win-win: Employees who split their work time between the office and home enjoy more autonomy with less commuting time, while employers can save on office space and, often, gain productivity. Yet hybrid work carries serious downsides that employers must address, as Shana Lebowitz writes in Business Insider. She cautions business leaders that the shift to hybrid must be a careful process, not something businesses simply default to following COVID’s long period of remote work.
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Shana Lebowitz covers career development and workplace culture as a correspondent for Business Insider.
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